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  • January 21 seniors! Jostens will be on campus on February 7th and 8th from the beginning of 5th period, to the end of the lunch period for ordering your graduation cap and gown! Click here for more info.
  • January 12 Welcome back, Saints! Let's make this semester the best one yet!
  • December 8 All boys interested in playing golf, meet at the golf room, which is next to the weight room, at 3:00. Or see Mr. Cheney for more details.
  • December 8 The Foundation of Santa Barbara Scholarship is currently open. Please stop by the College and Career Center to receive information and assistance with completion.
  • December 8 StartingTHIS semester ONLY SMHS approved baseball caps will be allowed on campus. All other caps will be confiscated and will require parent pick-up.
  • November 9 The Teen’s closet is now open every Tuesday during lunch. Please stop today if you are in need of free clothing, backpacks or school supplies. The Teen’s closet is located behind the girls gym.
  • October 25 The fellowship of Christian athletes, FCA, meets every Tuesday in room 352. Come get some pizza and a good word.

The Breeze

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Araceli Mendoza-Rivera

Araceli Mendoza-Rivera, Contributor

My name is Araceli Mendoza-Rivera, I am a Contributor to this site and a student in Journalism here in SMHS.

I am a Freshman here at SMHS. I will try my best to get this website more and more known here at SMHS.

I personally like to dance just for fun and to get my body moving when I don't want to. I also love to paint when I have some free time. My favorite color is yellow :) and I also like to listen to K-pop right now. My ULT group is TXT.

I have two parakeets and their names are Kandy and Bananas. Kandy is a light blue color and Bananas is a yellow bird, hence the name, "Bananas." I live at home with my siblings and parents and we take COVID seriously. We all try to restrict going out most of the time. I hope that COVID will soon end and everything would go back to "normal," but for now we have to enjoy what we have right now.

 

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